If you're as obsessed with Shailene Woodley as we are, chance are you already know about her sustainable lifestyle and her love of sunbathing her vagina!
So is there really anyone better to grace the cover of Natural Health magazine? Of course not!!
The gorgeous Divergent actress keeps things pretty simple for the cover, rocking her signature pixie cut and showing off her beautiful brown eyes. But on the inside, she shares some more info on her alternative lifestyle, and she says the real trick is listening to your body:
"I listen to my body. I’ve gotten to the point where I’m really tuned in to what it needs. Sometimes I can go weeks at a time without eating meat because all my body wants is vegetables and rice and not much protein. Then I’ll go through other times where for months on end I just need red meat or chicken or eggs right now. Our bodies are constantly changing, so if you were to eat a certain way forever, I don’t see how that could possibly be right for you."
That's a really good idea!
The real question is, how does the sustainability affect other aspects of her life, because last we heard not all designers were too thrilled about lending their clothes to Shailene due to her, um, "smelly" methods!
"I know nothing about fashion, so when I do the red carpet, I’m fortunate to have a stylist who’s one of my best friends and knows me inside and out. I’ll only wear things that’ll be reworn again and again, and the jewelry I use is my own or a friend of a friend’s. In my personal life, I shop at thrift stores and exclusively buy used items. The only thing that might not be used is shoes; those are a little harder!"
Don't worry, girl! We're pretty sure making your own toothpaste and gathering your own spring water earns you a new pair of shoes every once in a while! Ha!
Ch-ch-check out more pics from Shailene's spread (below)!
[Image via Natural Health.]
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